Learning from the Panic Over Population Growth

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / August 31, 2012 /
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The contrast is striking. On one side, we have those telling us that there are too many people in the world, and that for the sake of “women’s health” and “sustainability,” abortion and contraception must be basic rights—perhaps even an obligation for some—if we are to achieve sustainability in this world. On the other side…

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The Maputo Protocol: To be Remembered but Not Celebrated

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / July 6, 2012 /
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On July 11, 2003, the Assembly of the African Union in Maputo, Mozambique adopted a document entitled, “Protocol to the African Charter on Human and People’s Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa.” This document, better known as “The Maputo Protocol,” set into motion an agenda that has radically impacted the African continent, and…

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“Hugely Guilty,” but No Regrets?

By Adam Cassandra / July 29, 2011 /
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How many genuine rights do people exercise on a daily basis that lead them to feel painfully guilty? One Dublin, Ireland mother who believes women have a “right” to choose abortion recently gave an inside look at the immense guilt and emotional pain that she experienced when an Irish Mail on Sunday reporter traveled with…

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